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Donald Trump welcomes home freed American pastor Andrew Brunson

President Trump on Saturday welcomed home American pastor Andrew Brunson, who was freed from Turkey, saying it was a satisfying end to a “long journey.” Sitting beside Mr. Brunson in the Oval Office, Mr. Trump said the pastor had an “interesting [...]
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Jacinda Ardern’s Progressive Politics Made Her a Global Sensation. But Do They Work at Home?

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, shared the debut of a new assistance package for families from her couch in a Facebook Live video in which she could be seen cradling her 10-day-old daughter, [...]
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John McCain told Susan Collins ‘I’m going to die at home in my own bed’ during rough landing

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Sen. Susan Collins on Sunday recalled a past trip to the Middle East with Sen. John McCain, when Mr. McCain coolly reassured her during a rough landing with words that turned out to be prescient. “He took younger senators under his wing. [...]
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Manafort trial Day 15: Jury goes home without reaching verdict

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*/ ]]> Jurors failed to reach a verdict after a third day of deliberations Monday in Paul Manafort’s tax- and bank-fraud trial as questions swirled around their ability to ignore the politically charged cacophony enveloping them, including [...]
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Manafort trial Day 14: Jury ‘scared’ as it heads home without a verdict

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Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, departs Federal District Court. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo Paul Manafort’s trial will stretch [...]
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The Interpreter: With Alex Jones, Facebook’s Worst Demons Abroad Begin to Come Home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The social network’s links to violence and unrest may not be exclusive to developing countries like India or Myanmar, as some once argued. Source: NYT > World
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As China’s Woes Mount, Xi Jinping Faces Rare Rebuke at Home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] As China confronts economic headwinds, a vaccine scandal and trade tensions, a legal scholar named Xu Zhangrun decided to speak out. It could be dangerous for him. Source: NYT > World
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Remains of U.S. War Dead in North Korea Start Journey Home After 65 Years

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The remains believed to be American servicemen killed during the 1950-53 Korean War were flown out of North Korea on Friday. Source: NYT > World
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‘Small Bottle’ of Novichok Found by Police in U.K. Victim’s Home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The bottle found on Friday in Amesbury, England, may give investigators new insight into the poisoning that killed one woman and sickened others, including a former Russian spy. Source: NYT > [...]
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A Homecoming for Nigerians Who Fled Militants. All That’s Missing Is the ‘Home.’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Nigerian officials, declaring victory over Boko Haram, urged residents to return to the town of Bama. But it’s barely habitable, and the militants are hardly defeated. Source: NYT > World